when you have a negative times a negative it will equal a positive but when you have a negative times a positive it will equal a negative no matter what!
No. Two negative integers added together will never equal a positive integer. It is the product of two negative integers that is positive.
No, that is not true.
If I'm not mistaken its 2 of the same type of integer ( negative negative/positive positive ) equal the same type of integer EX: -1 - (-1)= -1 and if the integers are opposite ( positive negative/negative positive ) then its the sign of the higher number EX: -2 - 6 = 4
Multiplying and dividing integers is real easy. All you have to do is do regular dividing and multiplying keeping in mind these simple rules: RULES: 1: When multiplying or dividing integers, when the numbers are a positive, positive they equal a positive. When the numbers are negative, negative they equal a positive. In other words, same signs equal positive. 2: This rule is very similar to the rule above. The only change is that when the signs are different, they equal a negative. ( negative, positive= negative, positive, negative= negative.) Please correct me if I'm wrong. Multiply integers- my notes from class positive x positive= positive positive x negative= negative negative x negative= positive Divide integers- again my notes from class positive divided by a positive= positive negative divided by a negative= positive negative divided by a positive= negative Dividing integers are simple if the number has a different sign than the other it is always negative but if they have the same sign its always positive ex. -20/5=-4 ex. -20/-4=-5
"Whole number" may refer to an integer, or it may refer to a POSITIVE integer. Because of this ambiguity in the definition, it is preferable to talk about integers, positive integers, or non-negative integers, depending on what you mean.
A negative number.
it is negative number
A negative number.
no it doesnt. two negative numbers equal a negative number. two postivie numbers equal a positive number. one negative and one positive number equal a negative number.
A negative divided by a negative is a positive.
Only when you divide or multiply.
One (negative) is preceded by a - sign and the other (positive) is not. Negative integers have values less than zero, whereas positive integers have values greater than zero. If a positive and negative integer are made up of the same digits and in the same order (e.g., 2 and -2, or 896 and -896), then when added together they will equal zero. If, however, one is subtracted from the other, then they will equal twice the number from which the other is subtracted.
A negative number minus a positive number will always be a negative number.
A positive number divided by a negative number equals a negative number.
There are no two consecutive integers, negative or positive, whose product is 440.
That is correct. If you subtract a positive number from a negative number, your result is negative.
A negative number TIMES a positive number will equal a negative number. A negative number DIVIDED BY a positive number (or vice versa) will equal a negative number. With addition and subtraction, it all depends on what the numbers are.
A positive number. Positive Number x Positive Number = Positive Number Positive Number x Negative Number = Negative Number Negative Number x Negative Number = Positive Number
A negative number subtracted by a positive number will always end up negative.
Negative answer if the negative number is bigger. Positive answer if the positive number is bigger.